Palm Court apartments have been around for quite a while. With the units being newly renovated, the apartments also have a very beautiful and skyscraper view of the surrounding area.
Palm Court has nearby amenities which are mostly within a walking distance from the apartment. There are a lot of transportation within the area such as the Monorail KL Sentral station (360 m), Monorail Tun Sambanthan station (460 m) and the KL Sentral KLIA Express (510 m).
For residents with growing children, they can send their kids to the nearby schools which are the SMK Vivekananda, SRJK (T) Vivekananda, SRK Brickfields 1, and SRK Brickfields 2. Among the other conveniences located nearby and within walking distance include the Brickfields residential zone, Tamil Methodist Church and Buddhist Maha Vihara place of worship.
Palm Court has two separate entrances which are at the North and the West. With 3 blocks and 190storey for each block, it has average satisfactory ratings (as rated by the residents of the apartment) of about 48% for security, 57% for parking availability, 55% for the overall appearance, 60% for peacefulness and quietness, 50% for maintenance, 88% for its strategic location, and 60% for the building’s quality. The apartment’s overall satisfactory percentage is 60%.
The neighborhood of Palm Court consists of public transport stands (for buses and taxis), government schools and private colleges, Indian and Chinese restaurants, Malay and mamak stalls and fast food restaurants. The area of Brickfields can be very congested and busy especially in the early morning and evenings but all in all, but the apartment is still good to be tenanted as it is well located in the heart of the KL city centre.